???Originals, Signed Prints, Copies???
"Originals Only!"
  All displayed drawings are single originals by Peggy. There are no "copies" or "prints". Peggy retains the right to display all her drawings on her domain, but will print "Sold", or "Not Available", over the display of those you purchase, with your name if you so desire.
  With the price of your original, you purchase the right to display your original in any manner you choose. You do not purchase any duplication, copy, or derivative rights, unless negotiated with Peggy in writing at the time of sale, which is quite reasonable.
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     Peggy's drawings and paintings are all done with a love of the subject being born of her brushes.
     The iris is one of her favorites, obvious from the multitude of spring time blooms in her yard. The other flowers and objects are found either in her gardens or in the surrounding countryside.
     All of Peggy's drawings are originals, there are no "prints" or "copies", only the original.

Calculate the price of a painting

     Peggy's original 4x5 inch greeting cards are conservatively priced at three dollars each in a pack of ten. That makes a ten-pack of 4-inch by 5-inch original cards thirty dollars per package. Actually much less than the price of good quality mass-produced greeting cards. Quite reasonable, and very impressionable for one-of-a-kind original individual greetings to special friends, family, or customers. Remember, there are no "copies", only signed originals.
     Peggy's originals, in sizes other than the greeting card size, are conservatively priced, unframed, from approximately ten dollars per original to seventy-five dollars per original, depending on the size, medium and paper. Customers may also commission a particular work they desire, and choose the subject, paper, medium and size they prefer. Commission works require a fifty percent deposit and simple contract.
Contact Peggy for additional information.
Add Mailing Costs

     Paintings are mailed UPS flat (not rolled!) in a hard-card (insured) envelope for an average of approximately eight dollars, depending on the size and insurance.

Please E-mail Peggy with your questions.